(photo credit: MUUC, taken during a visit from Megan Kennedy and her hearing service dog Ras, from “Canine Companions”, and Lanie Cantor, who is raising a service dog)
From our DRE, Katie Camire:
Pre-K to 2nd Grade & 3rd to 5th Grade: We had two classes together this month. We explored having trust in yourself through meditation and drawing ourselves as superheroes. The 2nd Sunday together we explored broken trust in our faith and how we repair relationships with UU’s of color.
Crossing Paths: Began their exploration of Islam
Coming of Age: Trip to Sanctuary Boston joined by the youth group from First Parish in Lexington.
This month our RE classes will be exploring the theme “Journey.”
Note: The 3rd – 5th graders will spend the month of March creating a play to perform at the worship service on March 31st.
Sunday, March 3rd: Nursery Open; RE for Pre-K to 5th Grade; Crossing Paths Middle School; Coming of Age High School meets 12:30-2:00 pm
Sunday, March 10th: Nursery Open; RE for Pre-K to 5th Grade; Crossing Paths Middle School; Coming of Age High School meets 12:30-2:00 pm
Sunday, March 17th: Nursery Open; Multigenerational Service
Sunday, March 24th: Nursery Open; RE Pre-K to 5th Grade; Crossing Paths Middle School
Sunday, March 31st: Nursery Open; RE Pre-K to 5th Grade; Rev. Susanne’s Installation in the afternoon Taking it Home
Family Together Time
Pilgrimage – the Journey Out
What places would be considered pilgrimages in your family? A special bench in a park where you shared news of a new family member? A place where a pet is buried? A National Park where a child made their first big hike? Name these places as places of pilgrimage for your family.
Journey, Quest, Return (Aaron Becker’s Wordless Trilogy)
by Aaron Becker (Author, Illustrator) Share all three. They are wordless so use it as a silent moving picture book.
Theme Connection: The journey of life is a circle of birth, life and death.
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